Contribution to the project


  • Do you want to bring value to the project and to make customers happier? You are welcome!
  • Do you like challenges? Awesome!
  • Got a breathtaking insight? Share your vision with the team.
  • Have a good idea? Create a ticket while you still remember.
  • Found a bug? File a ticket. Let your team know if it’s a blocker for customers.
  • Want to share tech knowledge and to teach others? Yes, please. Schedule a meeting, book a room, make a presentation.
  • Want to tell a long life story? Wait till lunchtime, do not interrupt work of others.
  • Want to start implementing a new feature? Check if there are some reported bugs and fix them first.
  • Still want to start implementing a new feature? Check open PRs and review them.
  • Want to merge a PR? Review it again and test locally. Don’t forget to be thankful and add “+1”!
  • Assigned a ticket to yourself? Read all requirements and comments, ask for finalized design, translations and go ahead. Enjoy!
  • Pushed a branch with some changes? Good start! Don’t wait. Create a PR with an “in progress” label. Be open to suggestions from others.
  • Stuck with something for more than 2 story points? Let your team know and ask for help.
  • Blocked by something for more than 1 story point? Let your team know and push others to work.
  • Spotted good code? Don’t hesitate to thank your colleagues. Ask for explanation if you want to learn more.
  • Spotted bad code and it’s not related to your current task? Create a ticket while you still remember.
  • Spotted bad code and it’s related to your current task? If you can improve it in 1 story point — do it right away, otherwise—propose your solution, discuss it with the team and create a ticket if needed.
  • Want to change the game and to refactor something? Experiment, make mistakes and prove your point. Accomplish more with less. And respect priorities.
  • Want to start “overengineering”? Slow down. Think again. Remember that “working code” tomorrow is better than “perfect code” in months. Respect your customers.
  • Want to commit “dirty” code? Please, don’t. Respect your team.
  • Don’t want to spend time on UI/UX? Bad idea. Don’t underestimate it. One small fix by you can be a huge difference/help for customers. Respect your customers and create a masterpiece.
  • Covered all requirements for the current task? Perfect! Test your code. Change a PR label to “needs code review”. Address comments from others. Deploy and celebrate!
  • Think the project is perfect? Check customers’ feedback and make the project even better.
  • Want to say anything bad? Calm down. Nobody is perfect. Just share a funny gif about it with others.
  • Feel demotivated? Hm, hey! Customers are waiting for your marvellous magic! Who if not you? By the way you are not alone. Hangout with the team.
  • Feel exhausted? No work today, just go home, ask for a vacation if needed. Take your time and rest.
  • Feel hungry? Invite your team to grab some food. Maybe they also forgot to have lunch.
  • Feel happy and excited? Yeah! Smile and motivate others!
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